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Line graphs make it evident that the real GDP growth in Germany achieved all-time low of -5.6% in 2009 followed by the peak of 4% next year. GDP growth has remained stable since 2014.

International agencies including OECD, IMF, UN and EC expect no explicit fluctuations in the near future.

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